No Mas! After never having owned a snowblower out of pure pride, I am now giving in and buying one for next season. After 40" plus inches of snow in Philly this season I'm tapping out. The guy I have my eye on is the Cub Cadet 3X 26" Snow Thrower ($1000). The spec's say it can handle 6 to 16 inches of snow, has trigger controlled power power steering, a push button starter and a 3x induction accelerator that moves snow up to 50% faster the 2x snow throwers. Sounds good to me.
Whether you're actually looking to make a music video or you just want a camcorder that captures high quality video and audio the Sony HDR-MV1 Music Camcorder ($300) should fit the bill. The HDR-MV1 features full HD 1920 X 1080P video at 30 fps. It has a wide-angle 120-degree Carl Zeiss lens and can record web-friendly MP4 videos. For the audio you get a 120-degree external stereo microphone array that records 44.1kHz/16-bit LPCM or 48kHz/128kbps AAC formats. It also supports audio lip syncing.
With a design originally created for the Kenyan running team, you too could enjoy the supreme comfort and superior performance of the Nike Air Rift “Black Menta” ($125). The perfect footwear for health nuts and keen runners, these sneakers promote a natural motion. A cushioned air unit in the heel and a split toe and engineered mesh upper provides the ultimate comfort and snug fit. Get a good grip as you pound the sidewalks with the enhanced traction and watch your speed creep up!
If you love Quentin Tarantino, then you need to pick up the Tarantino XX ($79.96) 8-Film Collection. It has eight films by Tarantino. In order of my favorites, they are; Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs, True Romance, Kill Bill Vol. 1, Kill Bill Vol. 2, Inglourious Basterds, Jackie Brown and Death Proof. Yes, I believe Pulp Fiction is still Tarantino's best movie.
The Making of Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back ($47) is a lavish, 30th anniversary tribute to cinematic blockbuster Star Wars : Episode V The Empire Strikes Back as lovingly told by J.W. Rinzler, the NYT bestselling author. The curtain is drawn back to reveal the amazing wizardry and intense drama that went into making this hit movie, arguably the favorite of them all from the fans point of view. Following on from his highly acclaimed The Making of Star Wars, Rinzler has once again made the most of the unlimited access he has to the Lucasfilm archives and come up with a deluge of hidden treasures including previously unpublished photos, images, artwork and mementos from the production. If you love this movie you have to buy this book; period.
I love the Godfather movie series, but the first one has to be one of my absolute favorites. But now you can actually own the Godfather's house ($2.9M). Yup, the Godfather's House is for sale. The home is located on Staten Island in New York and features 6,248 sq. ft of living space, which includes 5 bedrooms, 5 full & 2 half baths, 4 car garage, all on just over half an acre. It's an offer you can't refuse.